The government of Canada announced on Tuesday an investment of $10 million to improve high-speed internet access in rural and remote communities in British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba.
Toronto city council unanimously voted Tuesday evening in favour of TransformTO, a climate change action plan, with some amendments.
Toronto city council planned Tuesday to discuss a recommended climate action plan, TransformTO, in the first of what is shaping up to be a four day meeting with 275 items on the agenda.
The city of Toronto, partnered with the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention, launched a new ad campaign aimed to educate on issues relating to transgender youth of colour on Monday.
Hate crimes reported to the police perpetrated against members of the Muslim community increased 60 per cent from 99 incidents in 2014 to 159 incidents in 2015, according to data released by Statistics Canada on Tuesday. When looked at over four years, that increase is 253 per cent.
As thunder storm season begins, so does Lightning Safety Awareness Week, with Environment Canada warning people to take shelter when bad weather rolls in.
The Liberal government proposed a bill on Tuesday to modernize sexual assault law, including clarifying consent, in the first update to the provisions in 25 years.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Humber college, three streets surrounding the north campus were officially renamed during the annual President’s BBQ today.
Tory said it is important for Toronto to keep an open dialogue regarding LGBTQ2S issues, and to work to confront anti-black racism in Toronto.
Manchester Police issued warrants in areas south of Manchester Arena